Last night we were among many watching the super-moon lunar eclipse which occurred. We managed to get some fab photos and hope you like them too. This was a rare event and has not occurred since 1982 and will not be repeated again until 2033. It was a crisp clear evening and even before the eclipse began, the moon was outstandingly bright and eerie. At around 1am we first noticed the eclipse and by 3:30am it was stunningly red. Upon rising around 6am, it was still bright and had a super red glowing ring around it. It was an absolute joy to see and well worth the broken night’s sleep.